XWe have detected your location as outside the U.S/Canada, if you think this is wrong, you can choose your location.

Macmillan Higher Education

Cart

Continue Shopping
All prices are shown excluding Tax
The submitted promocode is invalid
Discount code already used. It can only be used once.
* Applied promocode: ×

Please be advised Covid-19 shipping restrictions may apply. Please review prior to ordering and if you are affected select the ebook version instead.

Important information on your ebook order

  • Your ebook will be fulfilled by Vitalsource.
  • Once your purchase has been confirmed you will be able to access your ebook from your ‘My Ebooks’ section on your MIHE account area.
  • E-books have DRM protection on them, which means only the person who purchases and downloads the e-book can access it.
  • To learn more about our e-book service, please refer to our FAQs

Important information on your access card order

  • Your Access card code will be despatched to you via post.
  • You will receive a physical card with a unique code and instructions on how to get student access to your course materials.

Important Notice

Sapling can only be accessed if your instructor has set up a course at your University. Please only buy this code if your instructor has an active Sapling course.

Important Notice

This product should only be purchased by International students at University of Illinois.

COVID-19: Support for professors and students affected by Coronavirus. Learn more

Construction Contract Claims (4th Edition)

Author(s):
Publisher:

Red Globe Press

Pages: 320
Series:

Building and Surveying Series

Downloads:

Flyer

Sample chapter

Further Actions:

Recommend to library


Categories:

AVAILABLE FORMATS

Hardcover - 9781137520371

09 February 2018

$94.99

Free Shipping

In stock

Ebook - 9781137520388

16 October 2020

$75.99

In stock

All prices are shown excluding Tax

Now in its fourth edition, this textbook confronts many of the major problems which can arise in claims situations. It employs a systematic approach and is supported by extensive reference to UK and international case law....

Show More

Now in its fourth edition, this textbook confronts many of the major problems which can arise in claims situations. It employs a systematic approach and is supported by extensive reference to UK and international case law. The negotiation and settlement of claims is an essential – but often overlooked – element of the construction industry, and this troubleshooting guide can help construction professionals, students and contractors to protect themselves against costly claims. Helpful explanatory diagrams make this book an indispensable resource for tackling various types of claims both in the UK and internationally.

This text is the essential guide for construction professionals, contractors, undergraduate and postgraduate students alike.  It will save professionals and contractors time and money and will prepare students for the reality of the construction industry.

Show Less

  • A practical approach to solving contract claims from experienced practitioners
  • Both NEC and JCT contracts are covered
  • Real-world case study examples showing the application of theory
  • Completely up-to-date with the latest law and practice, with reference to recent landmark rulings
  • Chapters dedicated to key areas such as tender and acceptance, presentation of claims, counter-claims, and dispute avoidance and settlement

 






 

  • Chapter 1 revised to limit historical material and allow space for comment on the development of construction law, particularly in the field of extensions of time and `time at large'
  • Includes expanded and clarified sections forming new individual chapters on claims for time and claims for money
  • Updated with the results of recent landmark rulings in cases such as Walter Lilly & Company Limited v. Giles Patrick Cyril Mackay & another and Osbrascon Huarte Lain SA v. Her Majesty's Attorney General for Gibraltar



1. Brief History of Construction Contracts and Case Law
2. Choice of Contracts
3. Tender and Acceptance
4. Monitoring Delay and Disruption Claims: Prevention
5. Formulation and Presentation of Extension of Time Claims
6. Formulation and Presentation of Loss and/or Expense and/or Damages Claims
7. Subcontractors
8. Response to Claims: Counter-claims
9. Avoidance, Resolution and Settlement of Disputes.

Add a review

Reg Thomas was an Executive Director of James R Knowles and has extensive international consulting experience throughout the world.

Mark Wright is a construction lawyer and occasional lecturer who has spent more than 25 years in the construction dispute field.

Show More

Reg Thomas was an Executive Director of James R Knowles and has extensive international consulting experience throughout the world.

Mark Wright is a construction lawyer and occasional lecturer who has spent more than 25 years in the construction dispute field.

Show Less

Best Sellers